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Here for the first time? Interested in finding out more about instructional routines before diving into the examples below? Check out this page that describes our instructional routines.

Interested in finding a task for one of our routines? Use the filters below to look for instructional routines for particular courses and units.

To create your own **Contemplate then Calculate** tasks, fill out this form (and use a Google or Google Apps for Education email), you will be shared on a folder with the necessary template files.

To create your own **Connecting Representations** tasks, fill out this form (and use a Google or Google Apps for Education email), you will be shared on a folder with the necessary template files.

Description:
Students will see a graph and be able to identify if there is a linear correlation, and if so if it is positive, negative, strong and/or weak. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
7 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |
Description:
As an introduction to bivariate data analysis and scatter plots, students make sense of points on the graph. Students understand each axis represents one of the variables. Scatter plots are used to represent data and can be helpful in identifying any corr Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
7 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |
Description:
Change the form of a set of quadratic expressions to match the factored forms of the same set of expressions. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
6 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |

Description:
Students will connect factors of polynomial equations with the intercepts of their corresponding graph. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
6 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |
Description:
Use the structure of a binomial expansion to connect this to an area model for quadratic functions Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
6 Big Idea: Big Idea 3 |
Description:
Chunk a set of roots and a set of partially solved equations to find connections between the roots and the equations. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
6 Big Idea: Big Idea 3 |

Description:
Change the form of either an equation given in vertex form or an equation given in factored form to make connections between the two forms. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
6 Big Idea: Big Idea 4 |
Description:
Use the structure of a set of graphs and equations to make matches between the graphs and the equations. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
6 Big Idea: Big Idea 4 |
Description:
Connect what students know about a set of situations to area-model diagrams that represent those situations. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Algebra I Unit:
6 Big Idea: Big Idea 4 |

Description:
Use the structure of the number of dimensions of a shape to connect these shapes to their corresponding formula. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
5 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |
Description:
Use the structure of a 2d shape to connect it to a 3d shape via a rotation around an axis. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
5 Big Idea: Big Idea 1 |
Description:
Use the structure of a set of compound volume diagrams and some compound volume formulas to make matches between the formulas and the volume diagrams. Instructional Routine Type:
Connecting Representations Course:
Geometry Unit:
5 Big Idea: Big Idea 2 |